FabricLive.12

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FabricLive.12
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Compilation album by
ReleasedOctober 6, 2003
Genre Broken beat
Label Fabric
Producer Bugz in the Attic
Bugz in the Attic chronology
FabricLive.12
(2003)
Got the Bug: the Bugz in the Attic Remixes Collection
(2004)
FabricLive chronology
FabricLive.11
(2003)
FabricLive.12
(2003)
FabricLive.13
(2003)

FabricLive.12 is a DJ mix compilation album by Bugz in the Attic, as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.

Track listing

  1. Umod – Tromboline – Dominic Stanton
  2. Kaidi Tatham & Dego – Got Me Puzzled – 2000 Black
  3. Nutmeg – Bicycle Kick – Neroli
  4. Focus – Having Your Fun (4 Hero Rework) – Versatile
  5. Artwork – Red – Big Apple
  6. Seiji ft Lyric L – Loose Lips – Bitasweet
  7. Daluq – Oriental Express – Soulja
  8. Vikter Duplaix – Looking For Love (Bugz in the Attic Remix) – Hollywood
  9. Nu Design – Time To Skyank – Zed Bias
  10. dkd – Future Rage – Bitasweet/2000 Black
  11. Alison David – Dreams Come True (Afronaught Mix) – Fresh Air
  12. Trouble Man – Strike Hard – Far Out Recordings
  13. Daft Punk Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger (The Neptunes Remix) – Virgin
  14. N'Dambi – Call Me (Re-Edit) – Cheeky Recordings


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